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Making Spring Rolls is not really that hard at all,and the filling can either have meat or be vegetarian.  Not much meat is used in spring rolls compared to vegetables! shrimps are also often added and these delightful rolls are usually served with a dipping sauce.


Baked]www.food.com/recipe/baked-chicken-spring-rolls-329560]Baked chicken spring rolls
Veggie]www.food.com/recipe/veggie-spring-rolls-118045]Veggie spring rolls
http://deep-fried.food.com/recipe/crispy-fried-chicken-spring-rolls-319350


I have always found that spring roll wrappers are always better if you wrap them in a damp towel or kitchen towels to keep them from drying out while making them.
There are so so many way of making these delicious Spring rolls hope that you can share you favorite recipes here with us and of course tips!

Last Edited By: Joyfulcook Jan 1 15 5:45 PM. Edited 9 times

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Jan 2 15 1:34 AM

kchurchill5 wrote:
http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/sarasotas-vegetable-summer-spring-rolls-10406
http://www.recipezazz.com/recipe/smoked-salmon-asparagus-and-avocado-spring-rolls-13900

These are not baked; vs the baked or fried ones.
Unfortunately I like mine fried; however, I don't like to fry too much; so, the baked version is usually what I do.

I don't fry that often either - but then on the other hand I dont eat spring rolls often and really fried is the way to go. I stand them on end, well leaning at angles to make sure that most of the oil gets drained out and sit them on paper towels too

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Jan 2 15 7:13 AM

I do agree joyful, fried is the way to go. For guests, I do make them; and fry. For one friend, for calorie wise, I bake them; but, for me ... I go to my local restaurant. Yes, I go and get 2-3 and done.

But, I do make unfried, now and then; which are just as good. I guess technically they are called rice paper rolls; but, I grew up knowing them as spring rolls. Just not fried. I remember my one restaurant called them spring rolls.

But, I use many of the same ingredients in both.

Kim ~ Eat, Live, and Love! 

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Jan 4 15 12:24 AM

kchurchill5 wrote:
I do agree joyful, fried is the way to go. For guests, I do make them; and fry. For one friend, for calorie wise, I bake them; but, for me ... I go to my local restaurant. Yes, I go and get 2-3 and done.

But, I do make unfried, now and then; which are just as good. I guess technically they are called rice paper rolls; but, I grew up knowing them as spring rolls. Just not fried. I remember my one restaurant called them spring rolls.

But, I use many of the same ingredients in both.

I have to admit - I have never tried baked ones at all, I really must so that I can comment, biggest thing is that they are crisp though!

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